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Year 1 Customers Retention rate 312,886 Year 2 219,445
Year 3 188,994
4. (a) Make it go up 5. (d ) Both a and b 6. (b) Movement in the lifetime value in future years
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7. (d ) The one with the highest value to the company, which is determined by multiplying the probability of purchase and the pro tability if purchased 8. (a) Revise your marketing program. 9. (a) Work to retain segment B and increase the LTV of segment A.
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Year 1 Customers Retention rate Spending rate Revenue Cost rate Costs Acquisition cost ($140) Total costs Pro t Discount rate NPV of pro t Cumulative NPV of pro t Lifetime value 400,000 62% $320 $128,000,000 65% $ 83,200,000 $ 56,000,000 $139,200,000 $11,200,000 1 $11,200,000 $11,200,000 $28 Year 2 248,000 70% $340 $84,320,000 63% $53,121,600 $53,121,600 $31,198,400 1.22 $25,572,459 $14,372,459 $35.93 Year 3 173,600 74% $350 $60,760,000 62% $37,671,200 $37,671,200 $23,088,800 1.35 $17,102,815 $31,475,274 $78.69
Year 1 Customers Retention rate Spending rate Revenue Cost percent Costs Acquisition cost ($140) Marketing cost ($6) Total costs Pro t Discount rate NPV of pro t Cumulative NPV of pro t Lifetime value 400,000 66% $332 $132,800,000 65% $ 86,320,000 $ 56,000,000 $ 2,400,000 $144,720,000 $11,920,000 1 $11,920,000 $11,920,000 $30 Year 2 264,000 74% $352 $92,928,000 63% $58,544,640 $ 1,584,000 $60,128,640 $32,799,360 1.22 $26,884,721 $14,964,721 $37.41 Year 3 195,360 78% $362 $70,720,320 62% $43,846,598 $ 1,172,160 $45,018,758 $25,701,562 1.35 $19,038,194 $34,002,915 $85.01
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Year 1 Old LTV New LTV Difference 400,000 customers $28.00 $29.80 $1.80 $720,000 Year 2 $35.93 $37.41 $1.48 $592,262 Year 3 $78.69 $85.01 $6.32 $2,527,641
Mailing Response Response revenue Less mailing Per name Offer price Sales Commission 100,000 1,200 $0.05 1.20% $78.69 $5,000 $5,000.00 $94,425.82 $89,425.82 $0.89 $0.45 $1.34
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1. (c) Cooperation between IT and Marketing 2.
Mailed 100,000 Response 1160 Cost $0.05 Response rate 1.16% Total $5000.00 Cost for each $4.31
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Cost each Telemarketing Email $5.00 $0.06 Contacts 100 100 Cost $500.00 $6.00 Order rate 8 3 Cost per sale $62.50 $2.00 Sales $1600 $600 ROI 25.6% 300%
7. Name, email name, permission to use the email name, zip code. You should also try to get at least one other fact, such as customer preference for contact, income, age, or family composition. 8. (d ) The control group 9. Sales $150,000; ROI 8.32; cost $18,750 10. (d ) The subject line
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